(Recasts, adds yen rate in last paragraph) KUALA LUMPUR, July 26 (Reuters) - Sales of motor vehicles in Malaysia surged 20 percent in the first half as the economy recovered, prompting carmakers and distributors on Friday to more than double their full-year growth forecast. The Malaysian Automotive Association, a grouping of the country's major auto manufacturers and traders, said vehicle sales rose to 219,141 units in the first six months from 182,222 in the same period last year. "A ...
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